Dr. Seuss is one of our favorite authors. For our early readers, he brings a sense of magic and wonder to the world! The Cat-in-the-hat series have been memorized.
In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd, here are a DOZEN of the best Cat-in-the-Hat activities that we found online.
Cat in the Hat Crafts & Activities for Kids
Make a fun fruity, after-school snack using bananas and strawberries on a skewer to be “Cat in the Hat’s hat”.
Oreos, red gummy lifesavers and icing make some fun silly hats when stacked together. via Fancy Frugal Life.
Have a silly photo shoot with your kiddos, reenacting their favorite scenes from the Cat-in-the-Hat stories. via Adventures at Home with Mum.
Looking for a healthy Dr. Suess inspired snack?? Try these Green eggs and ham, mozzarella and tomato hats, and silly fish from Anders Ruff.
Help young preschoolers practice number correspondence, the concept that each number stands for an amount, as they count stripes on Cat’s Hat in this quiet time game. via Second Story Window.
Practice pattern making with Dr. Suess’s hat. This activity is simple enough for young toddlers to enjoy. via Teach Preschool
Use pipe cleaners – twist them to create a silly cat. The finished product fits onto the end of a marker for a fun writing accessory. via Craft Jr.
Practice word families with your kids using the words “cat” and “hat”. Add a different word on each stripe of the hat. via Kiboom Kids Songs
Transform a clothespin into the literary character with a pasta hat and a noodle bow-tie using this printable via MPM School Supplies.